Supervision and Professional Development Day
10 June 2016
The Supervision Day is an ideal opportunity for some intensive supervision or as an environment to discuss a particular issue in more depth.
The day is open to counsellors and therapists from all modalities and is a confidential forum where you can take time out to reflect on your practice whilst taking away positive input from others.
Many therapists work alone and feel a little out on a limb. If this is you or feel you are in need of specialist support, our Supervision Days are for you.
How does the day work?
The workshop is an agenda day - meaning that the particpants set the agenda for the day. There will be opportunities for supervision of client work, theory teaching, ethical and professional practice discussions and preparations for examinations.
What can I take away?
Some examples of things you could take away from the day are:
- Tools or approaches to help you develop your work
- Guidance or advice on a specific situation or an - approach you are taking with a client
- Assistance and support for tricky or ethical situations
- A chance to review your client work from a particular perspective
Friday 10 June 2016
10.00am - 4.30pm
(5.5 hrs CPD)
Who is the day for?
For counsellors and therapists from all modalities these workshops provide an excellent chance to explore using transactional analysis in your practice as well as bringing client work for supervision to explore and understand the application of theory to practice.
For trainees in transactional analysis the days provide an opportunity for additional supervision and for those going to Diploma or CTA, opportunity for exam preparation.
What are the dates for 2016?
Dates for 2016 10 June, 16 Sept, 18 November
These are drop-in groups, running once every two months. If there are eight or more people then there will be two trainers. The cost of the day is £70. Lunch is not provided but drinks and tea break refreshments are included.